Announcement: Excessive Sweating – A Guide To Hyperhidrosis

Excessive sweating is called by medical experts, Hyperhidrosis. But for you and me it’s called sweating. For about 4% of the world’s population this is a major problem, simply because we sweat too much. The symptoms of Hyperhidrosis can affect many parts of your body including sweaty face, hands, feet and palms. But there are also psychological and social symptoms that can become very difficult to overcome. Just living from day to day with a sweat problem can be very hard for those of us who sweat too much.

What causes Excessive Sweating?

This is the medical explanation. You can skip to the next paragraph if you like. There is a part of your brain called the Hypothalamus which is responsible for controlling all sweat related activities. The hypothalamus triggers off the sweat glands through the nerves in your body. When a person gets hot or does some heavy exercise the sweat system will start up and supply sweat to cool you down. Excessive sweating happens when your glands, your nerves or indeed your Hypothalamus is not working correctly. The end result for you is excess sweat.

Types of Excessive Sweating

There are two main types of excessive sweating. Both of them have two names which doesn’t help us at all. The first type is Primary or Focal Hyperhidrosis. This problem is caused by problems in your nervous system which makes your glands in certain parts of your body over react. The main areas of the body to experience excess sweat are the arms, hands, feet and the face. You will often see someone who has this problem do some exercise and their whole face is dripping sweat.

The second type of excess sweating is called Secondary or Generalized Hyperhidrosis. You can probably guess from the name that this is a problem for the whole body. The root causes are usually from long term health conditions such as metabolic disorders or neurological disorders. There are other causes that are not lifelong, such as the menopause.

How to Treat Excess Sweating?

Well here’s the thing. It is not that easy to treat excess sweating. There are medical and surgical solutions that to me are very drastic indeed. You can reduce the sensitivity of your nerves and glands with electric shocks. You can have Botox injections. You can also have surgery to reduce the glands and nerves in the particular area of your body that sweats too much. I would never use any of these sweat treatments for myself as I do not believe that they are necessary.

The Obvious Things to Do

You can use anti-perspirants, although I have to say that for me they have the reverse effect and make me sweat more. But anti-perspirants do work for some people. Then you can wear loose clothing and natural fabrics that breathe. Of course the current fashion sense is to wear everything tight. This is no good for sweat problems. The other obvious thing to do is to watch your diet. Eat fewer spicy meals and stop eating processed foods. These will all help you naturally to reduce your sweating.

Finding a Long Term Solution to Sweating

The thing to do is to look at your treatment holistically and do a number of things together to help you reduce your sweat. Our bodies are complex things with many components. We also have psychological pressures and difficulties that will further complicate treating excessive sweating. For myself I wash once a day and try to keep it to that. If I wash more than that I start to sweat even more. I also eat fresh food almost exclusively. I never eat ready meals and try to limit hot spicy foods.

Stress and Sweating

The main way I look after myself is by planning my life to be as stress free as possible. I try never to do something that puts pressure on me. If I get a phone call saying I should drop everything and do something else I politely say that I can’t. I don’t say why. I do not do things spontaneously because I know this puts me under pressure and I will start sweating too much. I use to run a very busy business that I had to give up because I was always sweating because of the pressure I was under. It was a big step, but my health is more important. You will do well to look at how your life is organised and see where you can reduce stress in your life.

Alcohol and Sweating

I first wrote about alcohol and sweating about three years ago on this blog. I had a lot of correspondence about it even though I’m not a medical guy. I was just writing from experience. I am now convinced that for adults, alcohol is a major factor in them sweating too much. This is not a popular thing to say in our current wine culture but it is true. The worst culprits seem to be sweet drinks such as white wine and cider. Spirits and dry red wine cause the least amount of sweat for me. A mate of mine says that beer is his problem and he will sweat after only a few sips of beer. The only real cure is complete abstinence or certainly strict limiting of alcoholic consumption. It’s not that much to give up if you can live a normal sweat free life as a result. Is it?

Is There A System To Help Me Stop Sweating?

For many years I have recommended certain products to visitors to this blog. In 2012 Miles Dawson launched his new “Sweat Miracle” book. Miles is an author, researcher, nutritionist and health consultant who dedicated his life to creating the ultimate Hyperhidrosis solution guaranteed to permanently reverse the root cause of excessive sweating and naturally and dramatically improve the overall quality of your life, without the use prescription medication and without any surgical procedures.

I believe that Miles has improved upon the knowledge and information available to ordinary people like you and me in learning about Hyperhidrosis. His book is an EBook that you download direct to your computer.

Learn more by visiting Miles Dawson’s website HERE

Excess Sweating and Type 2 Diabetes

Type 2 Diabetes – Excess Sweating!

By Beverleigh H Piepers

Excessive sweating is a problem for many individuals. The condition, known as hyperhidrosis, is estimated to affect approximately 180 million people worldwide. Some people suffer from it due to certain medical conditions. One condition that can create excessive sweating is diabetes.

Diabetes does not directly cause hyperhidrosis, meaning excessive sweating is not a direct symptom of Type 2 diabetes such as frequent urination or excessive thirst. However, diabetes does create the opportunity for someone to experience excessive sweating under certain conditions…

Excess Sweating and Type 2 Diabetes

For example:

  • if a diabetic is not properly monitoring their blood sugar levels and they go too long without food, causing a hypoglycemic episode, the person with diabetes can sweat excessively. This is because the body is under duress from low blood sugar and is going into panic mode. Since the body is craving sugar it begins to show signs of the stress that is being placed on it.
  • some common symptoms of hypoglycemia are mild trembling, confusion, fatigue, rapid heart rate and, excessive sweating.

Even though hyperhidrosis can be quite annoying to deal with and rather embarrassing, it can also be a very helpful clue for a diabetic that something is wrong. A diabetic who is not paying close attention to their blood sugar levels can start to feel the ill effects of an imbalance, but might chalk it up:

  • to being tired,
  • not sleeping well, or
  • any number of other unconnected reasons.

The excessive sweating can signal the individual this is something more serious than just not getting enough rest. It could be the key symptom which informs you that hypoglycemia is setting in and give you sufficient warning to alter the episode before it becomes too serious.

Another way that hyperhidrosis affects diabetics is through their medication. Some diabetic medications have side effects that accompany them, with certain ones being more prominent to some diabetics than others. For some people with Type 2 diabetes, excessive sweating is an unfortunate side effects of their medication.

If your anti-diabetes medication is causing excess sweating you need to talk to your doctor about possibly switching you to something else. This may or may not be a possibility depending on the medication you are currently taking and the level of your disease.

There are things that you can do to offset any excessive sweating. Keeping off excess weight and exercising regularly will help, even if your medication cannot be changed. Drinking plenty of water is another. Avoid skipping meals and especially snacks if they are prescribed, as this puts unnecessary stress on your body.

To discover answers to questions you may be asking yourself about Type 2 Diabetes, click on this link… Natural Diabetes Treatments

Clicking on this link will help you to learn more about Type 2 Diabetes Solutions … Beverleigh Piepers RN… the Diabetes Detective.

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Sweat glands – New Research into Sweating

This research reports a small step that has been taken towards understanding the sweat glands that we all have. It is early days so far but the success that the No Sweat researches have had means that sufferers of excessive sweating such as myself can have some hope for the future.

Some way down the article there is a brief mention of the usefulness of research in possibly developing some new topical cures for people who sweat too much and people who do not sweat enough.

Sweat glands grown from newly identified stem cells

"Their findings might also help in the future to improve treatments for burn patients and to develop topical treatments for people who sweat too much, or too little. “For now, the study represents a baby step towards these clinical goals, but a giant …"

The picture you see below you is a sweat gland. It looks more like an alien in developement to me. Still I find it very encouraging to know that serious research is taking place into the causes and cures for sweating.

Sweat Gland

Excess Sweating, Anxiety and Panic Attacks

Excess Sweating, Anxiety and Panic Attacks

Many people doubt the links between excess sweating, anxiety and panic attacks. The people who are sure there is a very strong link are those of us who actually suffer with these symptoms. In fact you can feel like you are living inside an inevitable downward spiral.

This article shows you ten ways you can follow to try and escape from your problems. Actually it is more of a break than an escape, if truth be known. My top tip is to come off the computer and in particular reduce your time on facebook. In my humble opinion Facebook is a time stealer and a place where other people can bring you down.

Try 48 hours without logging on. You will be amazed at the results


10 Ways to Overcome Your Anxiety and Panic Attacks | HealthWorks …

"Image Those who never experienced anxiety and panic attacks – Just don't get it. The constant fear of another panic attack, the fear of dying, the loss of breath, the chest pains, the weird tingling and numbness, the feeling that it will never go …HealthWorks Collective – The…"

By reducing your anxiety you will reduce your excessive sweating. 



Melting sweat glands stops severe armpit sweat

Some cures for excess sweating can seem a bit desperate. But as you and I know, if you sweat profusely then you are desperate. This article runs through the process used to melt sweat glands under your arms. I am not sure whether this system is for use elsewhere but the ptocess looks transferable.

There are two main steps outlined. Firstly the underarm area is prepared with a special cream. Then a small microwave device is used to effect the melting process. RThe whole treatment takes about an hour.

Treatment stops severe armpit sweat

"Often, the excess sweating happens for no apparent reason, in cool rooms with no exertion. Now, doctors at the Westlake Dermatology Clinic are offering a new treatment that aims to stop the problem once and for all. It's called Miradry ."

Living in the UK means that I will not be able to try this out just yet. Still I am not having too bad a time of it at the moment. My standard practices of diet and not overexerting myself still work. The only thing that I find hard to control is the stress aspect. twenty first century living is inherently stressful and I can't escape my share of it anymore than you can.


How can I stop sweating buckets?

I completely understand this guy. Nothing seems to stop the continuous flow of excess sweat. It is interesting to read the doctor's take on the causes of sweat and to know that dealing with the problem is not an exact science. I can verify that for myself from personal experience!!

How can I stop sweating buckets?

"My son, who is 34, has suffered from sweating palms for many years — so much so he has to carry a cloth in his pocket to wipe them before shaking anyone's hand. He's tried acupuncture and hypnotism, but nothing has helped solve this problem.Daily Mail"

I have spent a life time trying to deal with excess sweat. The only way that I have found to help is a group of measures that I take. Together these measures help but I have to do them all the time and think about them all the time. I regulate my physical activity and my diet to reduce sweat. This is part of my daily life.


Too Much Sweat – A Story about the Causes of Sweat

It all started with a phone call

This year I had a phone call from my daughter. Nothing unusual about that, she calls all the time. But the content of the call was different.

“Would you like to go on holiday with me this summer?” She asked

I thought about this for a split second and said “yes!” What’s a guy to do? My wife and I were going on holiday with our wonderful daughter. We talked about things for a few minutes and checked the dates which were fine. It was only at the end that I asked.

“Where are we going?” I was stunned to find out that we were going to the Maldives. It was a few days later I began to think about the heat and sweating and would that be a problem.

Sweating problems on a hot holiday island

It turns out that it gets very hot on an island in the Indian Ocean. While we were there the temperature was a minimum of 30 degrees day and night. When we landed in the capital Male the heat hit us like a wall. The heat did not leave until we left on the departing plane. I could see that I was going to have some difficulty with the extreme heat and my sweating problem. Well I was right in some ways and wrong in other ways. I found that if I was reading and sitting out in the sun or the shade there was no difference to my over sweating than when I was in England.

If I decided to go for a walk around the island then there was a problem with my sweating. In fact exercise in 30 degrees will always be a problem for most people with a sweat problem.

Causes of sweat and temperature

So at the risk of stating the obvious. Activity and exercise will cause you to sweat more in hot climates. This particularly true for underarm sweating and facial sweating. For me the rest of my body did not sweat any more. This was true for me but of course you might be different. Now I know that some sufferers will sweat regardless of the climate but for most people it is a trigger. If it’s hot then you sweat more. In the cold we sweat less.

How I survived my holiday in the heat

Well the good thing about our holiday was having access to three swimming pools. So if we went for a walk I always ended up jumping into a pool or the sea to cool off. If I just sat and read or was eating at the restaurant there was no difference to my sweat problem from being at home. I might even go on another holiday in the heat next year.

There are many was you can control your sweat problems. To learn more about stopping your excess sweat Click HERE

Stop Sweaty Armpits Now – 3 Home Cure Methods

I was busy looking into the whole business of sweaty armpits so that I could write about the best home cures here. This is one of the most common sweat problems and the type I personally suffer from the most. I found this excellent article and thought I would republish it for you as it really looks at the problem in a good way. I hope it helps.

Stop Sweaty Armpits – 3 Secrets How You Can Effectively Combat Your Sweaty Armpits

By Rashad Heman

Nearly everyone has suffered from sweaty armpits at one time or another but for some it is a more excessive sweating and this can not only be very uncomfortable but very embarrassing as well because of the unpleasant odour that is given off and also it can cause sweat patches under your arms which again is very embarrassing. If you are looking to stop sweaty armpits then there are a few different things to consider.

Wearing sweat pads

to eliminate the dark sweat patches under your arms is one option but this is really only a short term fix and many people have said that they are not very effective anyway. If you want to reduce your sweating under your armpits then wearing cotton shirts is another way which will help you because the cotton will absorb moisture. Another method that you can try is to wax your armpit hair, because the armpit hair in the arm pits contain a lot of moisture which will eventually leave you with those dreaded sweat stains again and by removing the arm pit hair this will remove a lot of the sweat odour at the same time.

Regular exercise

Sweating is absolutely normal and is a regular occurrence for your body but one way that you will be sweating more is if your body is carrying too much weight. If you are overweight and do not keep in shape then this can cause your body to cool frequently there for you will be sweating more than normal and this then can lead to a constant serious sweat problem. Your body and muscles will be working harder than usual if you are over weight and you will end up sweating much more so just make sure that you keep in shape so that you can make sure this particular problem never effects you. Not all sweat problems are because of being over weight however if you keep yourself healthy and in shape you will be certain that your sweat problem is not due to the fact that you are over weight.

Lemon juice and talcum powder

When trying to conquer your sweat problem you are best off going for natural treatments and cures. Lemon juice is a very effective solution, all you have to do is rub it under your armpits after you have had a bath also this method does not have any side effects either. If you use talcum powder every day this will absorb the sweat, and make sure you shower or bath in the morning and in the evening this will help you to stay as fresh as possible. Stay away from spicy foods and more importantly make sure you stay in shape and exercise on a regular basis.

If your serious about your condition and you desperately want to stop sweaty armpits then check out and discover how 14,549 other people just like you have reduced there underarm sweat by as much as 95%

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Stop Sweaty Hands – Home Treatments For Hands That Sweat Too Much

This excellent article looks at home treatments for sweaty hands. This is just one type of sweat problem that many people suffer from.

Stop Sweaty Hands – Can You Really Stop Palmar Hyperhidrosis With Over The Counter Treatments?

By Joey Logan

Excessive hand sweating or palmar hyperhidrosis as it is medically termed, is a condition which can render you anti-social, due to all the embarrassment that you may cause with the simple acts of hand shaking or even hand holding. These could cause discomfort from absolute strangers to even your loved ones. Frustrating at it may seem, there are indeed treatments you can resort to, to help you stop sweaty hands.

Depending on how severe your palmar hyperhidrosis is, you may get over the counter treatments or from your personal physician. But the key is to search for the right treatment to manage your hand sweat. If you have a mild condition, over the counter remedies might just be the solution to your problem. There are antiperspirants which you could apply onto your palms, but remember to choose those with no fragrant. You could also explore with biofeedback and meditation to de stress, lowering the heartbeat to stabilize the nerves. These are mild treatment and have no known physical side effects. Up the notch a little and you may try acupuncture, an ancient Chinese treatment with needles which pin point the various nerves that control your excessive hand sweating. Needless to say, you will get many tiny thin needles on the palms of your hands but they are only a fraction as painful as botox injections. This method must be administered by an approached Traditional Chinese Medicine physician and does give positive results over time. Other alternatives would be ETS surgery, botox injections which are rather invasive, with the former being surgical in nature and leaves 90 percent of patients with compensatory sweating.

Iontophoresis is the alternative treatment which is not surgical, not invasive and leaves no long term side effects on the patients. It has been around for more than 50 years and has successfully treated millions of patients with hand sweat. 20 minutes with the routine of soaking your hands into iontophoresis water trays daily over one week period will give you dry palms. Thereafter, it is simply maintenance of one session every three weeks. The cost of the treatment could amount to a fair bit over time and if you find that owning a commercial device is too expensive, there is an alternative to it too. Make your own device at an affordable amount of 20 dollars with core materials easily available at the local hardware store. You can easily assemble them and within 30 minutes you are good to go.

I know most of the hand sweat treatments in the market as I too had severe palmar hyperhydrosis but with my very own iontophoresis device, I have managed to stop sweaty hands and am now liberated from the embarrassment and frustrations which I faced almost on a daily basis. You too can stop sweaty palms with the right treatment. Good luck to your new life.

Get Your Free report on this easy and effective Cure For Sweaty Hands System here. Liberate yourself from cold clammy hand sweat and Stop Sweaty Hands in less than 1 week now.

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Washing And Sweaty Armpits

One of the most common forms of sweating is underarm sweating. This type of sweat problem is often long term. It is not something that comes and goes. Because of this someone who has this type of sweat problem has to look for a long term cure for their sweating problem.

Washing Routines and Sweaty Armpits

People suffering from sweaty armpits need to have a regular washing routine. Many experts say that you should wash as often as you need to to solve the sweat problem. This might work with some people but it is not always the best thing to do. The first thing to be clear about is that washing is completely necessary as part of your cure for sweat. What is not so clear is the best way to go about it.

Bacterial Soap

The first thing to know is that you should be using bacterial soap. This is because most of the sweat odour is the result of bacteria developing in the sweat that you have. The sweat is not making you have body odour. It is the bacteria in the sweat that makes you smell. So using the right kind of bacterial soap is the first step to get right in your washing routine.

Washing Frequency

You should wash only 2 times a day. That is the maximum unless you do some strenuous physical activity such as gym training or jogging. The reason is that the more you wash the more your body works at releasing the essential oils and sweat from your skin. If you restrict your washing routines then your glands will not be constantly reacting to your over-washing.

Because you are limiting your washing to 2 times per day you should try and make them every 12 hours. Most people wash in the morning which is obviously right. So just wash in the early evening. If you restrict your washing routines in this way your body will usually adjust to the routines and stop sweating so much. It will usually take two to four weeks for you to notice the improvement.

If you do not see any change and still have too much sweat coming from your armpits then you will need to take other measures to stop sweating. The best program I have found is the “Stop Sweating and Start Living” course. This course uses natural techniques including the washing advice I have given here. The success rate is very high and most people with sweaty armpits will find that their problem improves.

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